from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being raised or produced; that may be lifted up.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of being raised.
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- adjective Capable of being
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- adjective capable of being raised
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This drama could well be over in a few days if the issues raisable at trial, win or lose, are insufficient to reverse the outcome.
Looking at the raisable trap-door that kept 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit at bay.
Let no one think, then, that our problem of individual and national economy is solely that of the maximum of pounds raisable against gravity, the maximum of locomotion, or of agitation of any sort, that human beings can accomplish.
The young farmer, instead of seventy-five slaves, works it with twelve hands in the busy season and three in winter, is up at five o'clock in the morning superintending them himself, raises all raisable crops, and is as intent on the markets and the experiments made by his neighbors as if he lived in Illinois or the Carse of Gowrie.
Shen'Dralar faction is only raisable through turning in 3 Librams in Dire Maul to the appropriate NPCs --
Term created for daughters 'portions, commencing after the death of the father and mother, upon trust to raise the portionsyrom and after the com' mencement of the term; father dies leaving a daughter; decreed the por - tion is vested, but not raisable during the life of the mother.
Today, we’re heading to the nearest coastal citylet to have a picnic on the grassy areas overlooking the bay, where we’ll watch ships and boats full of springtime keeners travel under a large raisable bridge.
I want the president’s residence locked down and all duty agents that are raisable to report in.